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Permission

Access permission issue
Administrator receives access is denied because of ownership
Any users can access to my shared folders even they don't have user accounts on my computer
Cannot delete folder - Access is denied
Can't copy file over network
Changing administrator password
Permission denied and code: 800A0046
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Access permission issue.

When W2K/XP doesn't  recognize the user who wants to access its shared disks or printers, you may see the below symptoms.

1. When win9x tries to access a w2k/xp computer shared folder, the IPC$ prompt. No password will be accepted. Resolution: you need to create the user account on w2k/xp for win98 logon.
2. When W2K tries to access a w2k/xp computer shared folder, Enter Network Password screen with Connect As and Password prompt. Resolution: type a username and password were created on the w2k/xp, you should be able to access the shared folders. Or create the user account on w2k/xp for remote computer logon.
3. When xp tries to access a w2k/xp computer shared folder, Connect to computername screen with Username and Password prompt. Resolution: type a username and password were created on the w2k/xp, you should be able to access the shared folders. Or create the user account on w2k/xp for remote computer logon.

Any users can access to my shared folders even they don't have user accounts on my computer

Symptom: If this is domain network and the shared folders are assigned permission to everyone, any one logon the domain can access to your computer, even you logon locally. However, if some one logon locally (no domain) on a remote computer, he/she should not be able to access to your shared folders.

Resolution: remove everyone from the security of the folders and add user accounts you want to access to your computer.

 

 

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